review the Geller & Greenberg (2012) article and the program case study for the Petrakis family, and view the corresponding video.  Post your explanation of the importance of identifying internal and external barriers of the client and social worker
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How do we satisfy human beings’ unlimited wants and their needs with finite resources? What do we produce? How do we produce it? For whom do we produce it?
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Post a description of ways, as Helen’s social worker, you might address Helen’s anger and accusations against you. How might you feel at that moment, and how would you maintain a professional demeanor?

Week 7 Discussion 2

Self-Disclosure  Knowing that clients might react negatively to your work with them may cause anxiety, frustration, and even anger. It is inevitable that you will work with a client who expresses anger or disappointment over working with you. This does happen in the social work field and is to be expected over time. Understanding how you might react to allegations of incompetence or anger over incomplete goals is essential to managing this type of exchange. While a negative interaction may be justified if either person did not fulfill responsibilities, often it is a result of the client’s personal reaction to the situation. The best response is to use these interactions to build the therapeutic bond and to assist clients in learning more about themselves. Stepping back to analyze why the client is reacting and addressing the concern will help you and the client learn from the experience.  For this Discussion, review the program case study for the Petrakis family.

Post a description of ways, as Helen’s social worker, you might address Helen’s anger and accusations against you. How might you feel at that moment, and how would you maintain a professional demeanor? Finally, how might you use self-disclosure as a strategy in working with Helen?

 

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